Vocabularius, et al.: NESTOR, Dionysius (fl. c. 1450)

Vocabularius, et al.

NESTOR, Dionysius (fl. c. 1450)

Editorial: Guilelmus Anima Mia, Venice, 1488
Condición: Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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[With:] VERULANUS, Johannes Sulpitius (Giovanni Sulpizio da Veroli) (c. 1450-1503), De quantitate syllabarum]. [Venice]: Guilelmus Anima Mia, Tridinensis, 26 June 1488. Folio. Chancery folio (310 x 214 mm). Pagination: 186 leaves: a2-z9 numbered 2-184, with errors. Collation: a-y(8), z(10) (a1r blank, a1v verse dedication to Lodovico Sforza, a2r Vocabularius, z8r De quantitate syllabarum, z10r register and colophon, z10v blank). 54 lines and foliation, Roman type with some use of Greek, marginal headings. Opening 13-line white-on-black woodcut initial "A" on A2r. Contemporary quarter leather over beveled wooden boards with metal clasps, lacking catches; (spine covered with decorated paper and perished at head and tail, outer half of covers split and detached but present, eighteenth-century Italian inscriptions mentioning Castel Giuliano near Rome on the wood and old library label "Nestor" maintained on rear cover; worming not severe in text block and gutter of several leaves in middle of volume, few gatherings browned, marginal dampstaining toward end, last gathering loose with paper corrosion along edges of last two leaves, hole in last leaf affecting a few words). Front board inscriptions reveal the name Mario Compagnino Floriani (1738-1802) and the date 1795. Interestingly, Floriani was also named Count of Villamagna in 1795. Floriani was from an illustrious, noble family who contributed to arts and politics in the region. It is likely his ownership inscription on upper margin of A1r. Second edition of this famous Latin lexicon, or vocabulary, of the Latin tongue by Dionysius Nestor. This copy of this important Italian humanistic and grammatical work was owned by an illustrious Italian Count in the late eighteenth century. The author flourished in the middle of the fifteenth century and was purportedly a Franciscan monk from Novara, but no other particulars of his life are recorded. He dedicated his work in a copy of verses to Ludovico Sforza (1452-1508), Duke of Milan, famously known as the duke to commission the Last Supper from Leonardo Da Vinci. Publishers Leonardus Pachel and Uldericus Scinzenzeler of Milan first printed this work under the title of "Onomasticon" in 1483. The Vocabularius was so important to the study of the Latin language, that it was reprinted four times. The second edition, as here, is 1488 and produced in Venice, and the "Vocabularius" appeared also in 1496, 1502, and 1507. Nestor favored an unusual arrangement of the lexicon. The word being defined is listed in the right hand margin, while an etymological explanation and one or more contextual examples are given in the main text, and the names of exemplary authors are listed in the left hand margin. The bound in work, a rare fifteenth century compendium on the amount of syllables in words, was written by Johannes Sulpitius Verulanus. He was rhetorician, professor, and chair of grammar at the University of Rome and author of several other grammatical and verse works at the end of the fifteenth century. ISTC in00014000. Second edition of this famous Latin lexicon, or vocabulary, of the Latin tongue by Dionysius Nestor. This copy of this important Italian humanistic and grammatical work was owned by an illustrious Italian Count in the late eighteenth century. The author flourished in the middle of the fifteenth century and was purportedly a Franciscan monk from Novara, but no other particulars of his life are recorded. He dedicated his work in a copy of verses to Ludovico Sforza (1452-1508), Duke of Milan, famously known as the duke to commission the Last Supper from Leonardo Da Vinci. Publishers Leonardus Pachel and Uldericus Scinzenzeler of Milan first printed this work under the title of "Onomasticon" in 1483. The Vocabularius was so important to the study of the Latin language, that it was reprinted four times. The second edition, as here, is 1488 and produced in Venice, and the "Vocabularius" appeared also in 1496, 1502, and 1507. Nestor favored. N° de ref. de la librería SAV135

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Título: Vocabularius, et al.

Editorial: Guilelmus Anima Mia, Venice

Año de publicación: 1488

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Good

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